[arch-projects] netcfg: fixes and features

Thomas Bächler thomas at archlinux.org
Sun Mar 4 13:46:40 EST 2012

Am 04.03.2012 01:19, schrieb Jouke Witteveen:
> Dear Thomas and the rest,
>>> I would like to see someone package this work, that is available at
>>> https://github.com/joukewitteveen/netcfg
>>> and push a package to the (testing?) repository.
>>> I am not requesting maintainership of the code (Alfredo Palhares is
>>> after it too), but I am willing to be the maintainer. My request is
>>> just to move netcfg forward.
>> Now, we need to make one of you the maintainer of the official netcfg
>> tree on al.org. I don't know which one of you, so you two fight it out
>> and tell us the result. Or, anyone else on this list, choose. I don't
>> care, as long as I don't have to decide.
> We have decided that I will take on maintainership and Alfredo and I
> will keep in close contact for further development.
> The tree at https://github.com/joukewitteveen/netcfg has seen some
> fairly big changes lately, additionally fixing FS#25587 and FS#27496.
> The new changes require a new PKGBUILD, which is included below (but
> likely broken by Gmail). This is just for completeness to anyone
> curious.
> I hope to get some details on maintainership soon.
> Regards,
> - Jouke

So it seems we finally have someone who is willing to work on netcfg.
Anyone who is interested in netcfg, please review the git tree.

I propose to manually pull the tree and package it on Jouke's pull
request. If the results are good, we might talk about direct git-shell


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